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Dear Sue and Justin,
We cannot imagine what you are going through right now. Please know that you are in our thoughts and prayers.

Stan was a kind, gentle soul. I enjoyed working with him on the Association board. He was always willing to lend a hand on a project or committee in the neighborhood.

May you find peace and comfort knowing that God needed another carpenter up in Heaven.

With Deepest Sympathy,
Pam, Bill, Brianna, and Brandon Blumenherst

Posted by: Pam, Bill, Brianna, and Brandon Blumenherst - Fort Wayne, IN - Friend   Feb 03, 2012

Dear Sue,

It is difficult to find the words to begin to express my sympathy to both you and Justin. I trust in God's love to comfort you, strengthen you, and lead you to eventual peace with this tragedy. Please know that you are being thought of and prayed for as you and Justin deal with your grief and loss.

With most sincere sympathy,
Karla Stoltz and family

Posted by: Karla Stoltz - Columbia City, IN - Extended family of Stanton   Feb 03, 2012
Katy and Jeff Miller

Our prayers and hearts are with you and your family. I will always remember Stanton's calm, warm, and friendly personality. I will never forget his voice and many intelligent conversations growing-up as a kid. Stanton was an a very interesting, wonderful and unique man in this world. We wish we lived closer to give you our full support. Let us know if you need anything. We are here on this earth to help another.

Love Jeffery, Katy, Holden, Sterling, and Hounddog (our kitty cat)

Posted by: Jeff and Katy Miller Family - Houston, TX - My Dads Cousin   Feb 03, 2012

Our prayers and thoughts are with all of you. We remember Stan's smile & gentle spirit. We also remember how sweet it was of him to make a cross for our dog, Cappy, when he passed away. He was a remarkable man and we will miss him. Please know that many are praying for you & your family. Much love to all of you.

Posted by: Margi Miller - Fort Wayne, IN - Friend   Feb 03, 2012

Sue, my friend, my prayers are with you and right now my heart is aching
for you. May God give you and Justin comfort at this time. We must
celebrate Stan's life and all he did for his family. God bless you.

Posted by: Doris Valentine Edgar - Ithaca, MI - friend   Feb 03, 2012

Stan: Highest professional caliber, gentle and accommodating demeanor, intense value of and respect for others, indelibly etched in my memory.

I sadly bear my feeble share of the anguish we all deeply feel.

Posted by: Don Sitter - Grass Lake, MI - Co-worker   Feb 03, 2012

I enjoyed every conversation I had with Stan in the 12+ years I worked with him. He was fiercly intelligent, positive, and professional. He loved his wife and was so proud of Justin. He was a friend, and I will miss him greatly.

Posted by: Kevin Carlstrom - Fort Wayne, IN - Co-worker   Feb 03, 2012

We will miss you Stan... your logical mind and woodworking talent, as well as your smile as you would talk about being proud of something Justin had accomplished.

We much appreciate your years of contributions to the neighborhood association and the way you were prudent with the financial choices the board had to make. We were lucky as well to have your dedication to detail during our larger projects.

Sue, we will keep you and Justin in our thoughts, and we'll pray that God will bring you peace and strength, both at this difficult time and in the future.

Gus and Anita

Posted by: Anita DiGregory - Fort Wayne, IN   Feb 03, 2012

Please accept my deepest sympathy and condolences. I am so sorry to hear this sad news.

Posted by: Marilyn Beal Wilfert - Two Rivers, WI - cousin   Feb 03, 2012